The Most Valuable And Productive Farms Section - In The Book:
The New Century Atlas Of Cayuga County, New York - 1904 - Page 123

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VENICE, NY

A. E. HUTCHINSON

7th FARM ON PAGE 123

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FAIR VIEW consists of one hundred and eighty-five acres, the owner of which is A. E. Hutchinson. Postoffice address, Moravia, N. Y., R. F. D., No. 7. Its location is on the cross road from Big Salmon Creek west to Auburn, on Lot 63. Moravia is six miles distant, Aurora ten and Auburn sixteen miles. Its most notable feature is its dairy, the products of which are taken to the skimming station at Venice Center, one and one-half miles northwest. In addition to the dairy, general farm products are raised. Samuel D. Hutchinson resided here until his death in 1887. It came into possession of the present owner in 1890. He is a native of Cayuga County, born in 1839, married Miss Martha M. Rose, a native of Renssaelaer County, New York, 1864. This is one of the picturesque locations of the town, giving a commanding view of many miles of the surrounding country, from which its name is derived. There are two excellent apple orchards on the farm and other fruits, consisting of peaches, pears, cherries, plums, etc., are cultivated. Mr. Hutchinson is entitled to the credit of adorning his farm with fine buildings and keeping them in good repair. The buildings are supplied with well water and the fields and stock by water from creeks. The timber supply consists of twenty-five acres of hardwood.

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